Last month the Sierra Club of canada
A national news organization, given "advance" details
The study tested household dust samples, collected by
It sounded awful---unless you knew what the Sierra
You can find that study at www.gov.ns.ca/health.
The reporter that wrote the scary story was dismayed to
Sydney reporters know too much about the Tar Ponds
All we ask is that you apply the same skepticism to our
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do you believe?
On May 15, 2001, Parker Donham said:
Today he says Sydney's children are safe.
On May 16, 1999, Parker Donham said:
Today he says newspapers are fear-mongering.
On May 30, 2001, Parker Donham criticized authorities for developing "made for Sydney standards" when he said: "Given Sydney residents' decades of exposure to toxins, shouldn't guidelines for their further exposure be tighter, rather than looser?
Today he claims lead and arsenic levels in Sydney's children are not a problem
On July 15, 2001, Parker Donham ridiculed the provincial government for ignoring the obvious:
Today, as the Tar Pond Agency's spokesperson, Donham is paid by the province to discredit legitimate studies that would provide proof of hazards to local residents.
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